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May 31, 2012 9:00 am

Israel Denies Vice PM Inferred Involvement in Flame Virus

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Vice Premier Moshe Ya'alon. Photo: Jini/Haaretz.

CNET – The Flame worm has put the Middle East and neighboring regions on high alert and caused several security experts to look for the source. And although some media reports have linked Israel to the attack, the country has denied all involvement.

The trouble for Israel started recently when the country’s vice prime minister, Moshe Ya’alon, said on Israel’s military radio station, Army Radio, that “there are quite a few governments in the West that have rich high-tech [capabilities] that view Iran, and particularly the Iranian nuclear threat, as a meaningful threat — and can possibly be involved with this field.”

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